Finished finals last week so I’m taking a much needed break of all the craziness of the studio for a few weeks. I went to Barnes and Noble’s the other day on a whim and was completely shocked that all of the books that they had on design only filled up a few shelves, basically I couldn’t find anything that looked even slightly interesting. I passed by the language section and picked up a book on learning Japanese on impulse as well as the Steve Jobs biography on my way out. I have not put this book down in two days, it is one of the most interesting works of nonfiction that have in years. It gives me a better insight to industrial design than some of my classes or any of my textbooks. I am captivated by how real Jobs is understood. The good, the bad, all the personality quirks and flaws you might not expect from such an iconic figure makes me admire him more. I highly recommend that you check it out. By the way, I’m up to the part where Pixar makes Toy Story.